Timy reviews The Castle Doctrine, the 6th book in Craig Schaefer’s Urban Fantasy series, Daniel Faust. Reviews of previous books: The Living End (book 3), A Plain-Dealing Villain (book 4), The Killing Floor Blues (book 5). This being a review for a 6th book in a series, mild spoilers for previous books might appear. Series: Daniel Faust #6 Genre: Urban Fantasy Date of Publishing: 2016 September 26th Trigger Warnings: Death, violence, torture, blood Page count: 312 Publisher: Demimonde Books Out of prison and back on the streets, Daniel Faust returns home to a city on fire. The Chicago mob is making their play…
Timy reviews The Killing Floor Blues, the 5th book in Craig Schaefer’s Urban Fantasy series, Daniel Faust.
Timy reviews A Plain-Dealing Villain, the fourth book in the Daniel Faust Urban Fantasy series by Craig Schaefer.
The Living End lives up to its predecessors, and then takes things to a higher level. The break neck pace, the characters, the stakes are going to drive your adrenaline level up and make you want more. The Daniel Faust series gets better by each book and I’m so here for the rest. It’s a must read for any UF lover out there. Beware, it’s highly addictive!
A wonderfully intriguing and delightfully brutal story after which you won’t be able to resist grabbing the sequel. Schaefer brings urban fantasy to a whole new level mixing it with mystery, classical fantasy elements – witches and knights – and wrapping it into a brilliant, although totally crazy read.